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Your December Real Estate Update From Modern Family Realtor

Welcome to December! If you’re like many people, you’ll be taking some time this month to reflect on those you’ve come to appreciate in 2020: friends, family, neighbours, even professional acquaintances.  The Modern Family Realtor team is dedicated to supporting all of our family, friends and clients!The list of people I’ll be thinking about this year includes my clients and real estate contacts — and that, of course, means you too.

Let me take this opportunity to say how much I appreciate the opportunity to stay in touch with you. I’m in what is essentially a “people business”, so it’s the clients I get to help, and the people I hope to work with soon, that make my job so fulfilling.

I love helping people sell their property and find their next dream home. If there’s anything I can do for you in that regard this coming year, feel free to contact me anytime.

You know you can count on me, even if you just have a real estate question or need a contractor recommendation.

All the best to you and your family. Whatever your hopes and plans are for 2021, I wish you well.

Paul Chan
Founder Modern Family Realtor

Sales Representative Right At Home Realty Inc., Brokerage
D: 416.705.2444
E: [email protected]com
“The highest compliment you can give me is a Referral!”

Happy Holidays from Modern Family Realtor

Wishing you and your family a safe, prosperous and healthy holiday season!!!
What can you say that is positive about 2020?  Modern Family Realtor has assisted over 80 clients buy, sell, lease and invest in the Toronto and GTA real estate market.  We are proud to support you all during the global pandemic find a safe home for you and your family with lots of you upgrading to more space and a backyard.  There have been many ups and downs this year but our expanded team of 7 is dedicated to provide you with the support, advice and resources to overcome the most complicated of challenges. We wish you and your family a healthy, prosperous and happy holiday season!

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Prestigious grand Playter Estates home on a huge lot. Use as a four unit investment property or convert to a huge custom built single family residence. Classic brick exterior, 3-1bedroom units, 1-bachelor & potential to add a 5th unit in basement. Large open balcony and backyard. So many options and possibilities to make your dream home in a fantastic neighbourhood & Jackman School district. Walk to Danforth, TTC, restaurants, shops, parks and so much more!

Avoiding the #1 Cause of Seller Stress

Do you know what causes the most common source of stress when selling your home? Is it scheduling buyer viewings? Is it the length of time it takes for your property to sell? Is it an offer that falls through?
Those things can, indeed, cause some worry! But, the number one source of stress is actually simple to avoid. It’s not understanding the process.

Even if you’re no stranger to moving, you should review the process involved in selling your current home before you list it. If you don’t, you might end up exposing yourself to anxiety that could have been easily avoided.

Say, for example, you’re concerned that your home has been listed for too long. It’s been a week and no good offers have come in. Well, if you knew, in advance, how long a home like yours typically takes to sell, then you probably would know not to worry.

It’s important that you start the process by understanding what to expect. What happens when your home is first listed? How are buyers scheduled to see your property? What happens when an offer comes in?

That’s why we will always review the selling process before you list and make sure all your questions are answered.

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